PhD Candidate, London School of Economics
Master of Public Administration – International Development, LSE, 2016
BSc in Economics (honours), Universidad del Pacifico (Lima, Peru), 2012
Antonella is a Research Officer in Development Economics at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and a PhD Candidate at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She is an applied microeconomist working on the intersection of Development, Health and Public Economics. Her works focuses on how market and government inefficiencies impact the supply and demand of public goods and ultimately affect health outcomes. She uses quasi-experimental techniques applied in policy contexts and field experiments.